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Nothing is more embarrassing than having the ugliest yard on the block — especially when your neighbors call you out. Armed with creative solutions, licensed contractor Jason Cameron transforms a negligent neighbor's troubled yard into an outdoor showplace — in only one day. From new planting beds and big, new trees to fresh paint and fencing, DIY Network's Desperate Landscapes is all about going from helpless to beautiful!
Jessica and Reece Gable's house is hidden by an overgrown forest; Jason Cameron uses goats and other unconventional tools to clear the landscape; Jason creates a huge wooden deck, tree-trunk stepping stones and a zip line for the Gable children.
Jason Cameron designs a low-maintenance landscape for Lisa and Andrew Cape who own a mid-century home, adding a funky patio, a grill station and vintage furniture.
After Samantha and Doug buy a lovely old home with a charmless front yard, Jason Cameron designs a Victorian-style landscape that fits in nicely with the other impeccably tended yards in the neighborhood.
Brandon and Jenny's home is hidden behind a wall that stretches the length of their home, making it look abandoned; Jason Cameron tears down the block wall and builds a rough-cut cedar bridge over their creek.
In St. Petersburg, Fla., Jason Cameron transforms a barren backyard into a tropical paradise, adding a retractable awning, a bar, a patio, and a green screen with custom shelves.
In St. Petersburg, Fla., Jason Cameron transforms an artist's front yard, painting her home in bold colors, putting new steps on the front porch and covering them with glass tiles, adding a seashell-paver walkway, and introducing a yoga zone.
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